Pictured while being imported into Canada to become C-GKPJ for Ontario Central Airlines, this Beaver was originally 55-4603 with the US Army and Indiana National Guard from 1956 - 1976. Registered to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources from January 1977 - 81, the aircraft is current in the USA as N997DH at the time of uploading.
Built as C-54E 44-9144 that was transferred to the US Navy as 90414. Also used by the Marine Corps, the aircraft was stored in Arizona in 1975. Sold surplus in 1975, Carl Millard brought it to Canada as C-GQIB in 1978. Stored after Millardair ceased flying, it returned to the USA in 1990 and is current with the Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation as N500EJ since 1994.
Delivered to Mohawk Airlines January 21, 1969, this One-Eleven would soldier on after the merger with Allegheny Airlines and the name change to US Air. Sold May 1989, along with 19 other US Air BAC-111s to McDonnell Douglas as part of a deal to buy 20 DC-9s along with 20 options. N1128J was broken up at Bournemouth in March 1991.
Delivered to Aeronaves de Mexico October 9, 1968, this short bodied DC-9 was christened "Chihuahua" after the airline name was shortened to Aeroméxico in 1972. Leased to Aerotal Colombia in December 1989 (HK-3486X), the aircraft would return to Mexico in Setember 1994 for lease to Aerocaribe as XA-SVZ. Withdrawn in 2002 and stored at Mexico City, it has been reported as broken up.